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Alyth enchanted

The doorbell pulled me back from the edge of sleep, the equations and calculations beneath my cruel red pen long reduced to an incomprehensible haze of scribbles. I peered at the clock, praying that no one else would be roused … Continue reading

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lips cold as night, or: a good six inches

Another collection of haiku twittering from @AlinaMeridon… defenceless beauty naked in the pillory punish? or worship? Oh what perfection! Give me talons to catch him – and make him my slave… Fiery red curls – bright with dangerous magic… Let … Continue reading

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Pretty When They Collide

Rhiannon Frater’s Pretty When They Collide, published 2013, is a prequel to the Pretty When She… series that started with the excellent Pretty When She Dies. This was picked for me to read as part of a goodreads challenge. I … Continue reading

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whispering fingers

Another collection of haiku twittering from @AlinaMeridon… the man-eater prowls razor-sharp heels promise pain and will deliver whispering fingers the sole point of connection through which our love flows Caught! – a web of silk… Struggling excites my captor – … Continue reading

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For the Love of Blood

Annie Alvarez’s For the Love of Blood, published 2009, is a short, complex story with extended erotic scenes. I had high hopes for this, but alas they were dashed. Izzy, a young witch all on her own with nothing to … Continue reading

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words like copper wire

Another collection of haiku twittering from @AlinaMeridon… the goddess reclines the faithful drink sacred wine they serve her pleasure ‘What big teeth you have!’ ‘All the better to bite you. ‘Come, my pretty girl…’ words like copper wire unseen forces … Continue reading

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Jade

Rose Montague’s Jade, published November 2013 (see guest post by the author: No one reads lesbian fiction anyway, so who cares?), is narrated by Jade, a part-witch/vampire/shifter/fae with an expertise in martial arts, and a strict diet of coffee, wine, … Continue reading

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